691: Sociocracy & Attract More Donors – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Sociocracy 
It’s a new form of decision making you might want to try out. Justin Birdsong from Skeleton Key Strategies introduces us to circle structures, domains and aims, and linking roles, as he acquaints us with this more equitable and inclusive, sociocratic decision making method. (Recorded at the 2024 Nonprofit Technology Conference.)

Attract More Donors
When your development and communications teams work collaboratively with strong relationships, you’ll draw more donors and increase your fundraising revenue. Our panel shares their strategies. They’re Shannon Bowen with Monsoon Leadership and Emily DiFrisco at the Center for Environmental Health. (Also recorded at 24NTC.)

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679: Your Partnerships With FGWs – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Your Partnerships With FGWs
First Generation Wealth creators have different values and mindsets than those who inherited their wealth. And FGWs far outnumber the inheritors. Esther Choy’s research helps you understand these folks and how to build valuable relationships with them. She’s president of Leadership Story Lab. (This originally aired May 17, 2021.)

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676: Zombie Loyalists – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Zombie Loyalists
Peter Shankman is a 5x best selling author, entrepreneur and corporate keynote speaker. His book “Zombie Loyalists” focuses on customer service; creating rabid fans who do your social media, marketing and PR for you. Peter’s book isn’t new, but his strategies and tactics are timeless. This originally aired 12/19/14.

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657: Donor Retention – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Donor Retention
The challenges are real and widespread: Aging donors; smaller gifts; and abysmal retention rates. Dennis Fois brings strategies and tactics to raise your consciousness and turn things around. Let’s talk about emotional connections, multithreading, and multichannel, just for starters. He’s CEO of Bloomerang. 

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649: Communications & Development Teams Working Better Together – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Communications & Development Teams Working Better Together 
Misty McLaughlin and Alice Hendricks close our 2023 Nonprofit Technology Conference coverage, as they reveal how these two teams can avoid the common conflicts and tensions, to come together collaboratively. They’re the principals and founders of Cause Craft Consulting. 

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646: Data Driven Storytelling – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Data Driven Storytelling
Julia Campbell returns to share her thinking on retaining and engaging donors by creating and curating your best stories. She’s an author, trainer and speaker. This continues our coverage of the 2023 Nonprofit Technology Conference, hosted by NTEN. 

Also this week, we welcome Nonprofit Radio’s first announcer, Kate Martignetti!

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623: Overcome Common Communications Conundrums – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Overcome Common Communications Conundrums
It’s time to change the way you think about marketing, says Erica Mills Barnhart. You’ll make it more successful, find your true believers, and have more fun. She’s CEO of Claxon. 

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606: Your Tech Problem Is Actually A People Problem – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Your Tech Problem Is Actually A People Problem 
Wrapping up our #22NTC coverage, Ananda Robie and Sam Dorman sort out why your nonprofit’s technology problem is very likely a people problem. And they share their roadmap to better technology tomorrow. Ananda is with the Center for Action and Contemplation and Sam is from The Build Tank. 

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604: Board Members Are People Too – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Board Members Are People Too 
One size fits all rules may not make sense for your board, especially if you’re embracing diversity and equity in board membership. Our guest, Judy Levine, is a longtime board coach, trainer and consultant, and she leads Cause Effective. 

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597: The Chronicle of Philanthropy Will Go Nonprofit – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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The Chronicle of Philanthropy Will Go Nonprofit
The Chronicle is taking a bold step, from privately held to nonprofit. Why? What does that mean for journalism that covers our community locally and nationally? What can you expect for webinars and professional development? Editor Stacy Palmer answers all the questions.

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